Type is everywhere. And the more obsessed you become with typography, the more you start to see it all around you. The pair of concrete posts with an iron crossbar in the photo above may not look much like a lower-case U, but it’s there if you look for it. And so the more you look, the more you will find.
Your assignment is to photograph objects that could be said to look like letterforms, one for each letter of the alphabet.
Then print and bind them as a 8.5″ x 5.5″ booklet. The interior should be fairly straight-forward, but you should design a creative cover. Make sure your name and class section are on the inside back cover.
The finished booklet is due Wed, October 19 at the beginning of class.
There will be a lot of trees with Ys and telephone poles as Ts, but try to look for more obscure or interesting options.
The shadows on the Art building make a kind-of-a W…
It’s a bit of a stretch, but it could work in context.
There are a lot of letters in this cracked mud…